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Passover (Pesach in Hebrew) is one of the most important Jewish religious festivals.

Passover 2011 begins at sundown on Monday, April 18. Passover lasts for seven days in Israel and eight days in the rest of the world

San Diego Yehudim Organization invites all members to Passover Lecture on
Sunday April 10 at 7:00pm at Chabbad House on 6115 Montezuma Rd.

Lectures are given by:
Boris Matatov
Rabbi Shalom
Ira Gulkarov

The Telling
Why is this night unlike all others
Are questions the youngest must say
We recline, we pray, we ask the Almighty
Please deliver us from Egypt this day.

Bitters and herbs are ours to consume
To remember the Exodus then
We eat, we drink, we cross the waters
Are pursued by Pharaoh and his men.

The Haggadah reading commands that we tell
How our ancestors toil, how they cry
We plead, we bend, we climb with Moses
And receive the tablets at Mount Sinai.

Elijah is here my father sings out
ALl bear witness as he flies
We tremble, we hide, we wait as he nears
We peer down through his ancient eyes.

– Brenda Spigelman Ajzenkopf

Did you know? To produce Passover matza, flour must remain in contact with water for no longer than 18 minutes before it is baked.

Happy Passover!

Праздник – Пасхи (Песах на иврите) является одним из самых важных еврейских религиозных праздников.

Пасха 2011 г. начинается на закате солнца в понедельник, 18 апреля. Пасхи продолжается семь дней в Израиле и восемь дней в остальном мире

San-Diego Yehudim предлагает всем членам коммунити лекцию на тему «Как провести Пасху и почему мы ее должны проводить» .
Лекция состоится в воскресенье 10 апреля в 7:00 вечера в “Chabbad House” адресу 6115 Montezuma Rd.

Лекторы:
Борис Maтaтoв
Раввин Шалом
Ира Гулькарова

Знаете ли вы? Для изготовления мацы Пасхи, мука должна оставаться в контакте с водой не более чем на 18 минут до его выпечки.

Поздравляем с Днем Пасхи!

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One Response to Events

  1. Пасха – в апреле, а лекция – в Августе! Не понятно. И.Б

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